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At Lake Country Christian Academy we strive to provide an Exemplary Education for a Greater Purpose. We desire to educate our students so they are prepared to enter every person’s world to transform the culture with a biblical perspective on life.
We are dedicated to glorifying God by preparing our students to participate effectively in God’s plan for their lives. This will be accomplished first of all, by teaching them from Scripture that God has created them, has offered them salvation, and has set absolute standards for them with morals and values.
Whether you’re relocating to the Lake Country area or are looking for a new solution to your child’s education, we invite you to browse through our site and contact us to schedule a tour of our school.
What State Leaders are Saying About LCCA
Have you seen the recent article by Representative Joel Kleefisch?
Here’s an excerpt:
This quarter, 8th grade students at Lake Country Christian Academy got to be entrepreneurs. They were given the task to develop, market and successfully sell a new business venture. The students were tasked with both selling the product on its face as well as selling the business plan that accompanied it; they had to be able to show how the product will fare in the real world marketplace.
What I love about this program is that the students got to be creative, while at the same time learning important job skills. The students learned how to develop a successful business plan, how to identify and analyze weaknesses, and how to work within the marketplace.
Latest Blog Posts
May 9th, 2014
The K3 and K4 classes were excited to be able to donate gently used or new books for HOMe (an acronym for House Of Mercy). HOMe is a family-based residential care facility in Ghana, Africa for orphaned and abandoned infants and toddlers, especially those with special needs. From February to March[...]
April 24th, 2014
The K5-5th grade students have been learning about Martha and Dorcas in Chapel. Martha taught us to serve, but to remember the ONE we are serving is the most important. Dorcas taught us to “always do good and help the poor.” Acts 9:36 A group of 8th grade students have been[...]